First of all, I seriously can not believe that it was one year ago this week that The Fast Fix was broadcast on ITV. It has gone so quick but so much has happened in that time also. So one year on from The Fast Fix and what has happened?
First of all, I am still not on Metformin to control my blood sugar which is fantastic. I’m still in touch with some of my Fast Fix friends which is also wonderful; definitely friends for life. One of which is currently strutting his stuff around a swimming pool abroad; lucky bugger!
The Fast Fix experience started back in January 2018 and for 4 weeks I lived with 4 strangers in a gorgeous house down South. We were put on a very low-calorie diet of 800 calories a day using Exante products. For more information about the Fast Fix and the products, we used please click here.
I have to say I still use these products as they make staying on track so much easier. I always have one in my bag, one in the car and anywhere else I can think of. Also, cherries and berries Exante diet meal replacement shakes are still my favourite 18 months on.
Now yes it’s great that all the above happened but I wasn’t expecting it to change my life as much as it has done.
I have gone from being a recluse, behind closed curtains 24/7, not talking to anyone to going to college to study complementary therapies. I now have my own business Karma Times providing people with massage, aromatherapy and reflexology and I finally finish my course at the end of July. But it doesn’t stop there I am going to be doing level 4 Complementary Therapies in September; to take me to a more advanced level.
This is not just because I want to but I want to learn as much as I can about something I am very passionate about. The more I learn the better I can help my clients. I also have started wheels in motion to set up a social enterprise, a not-for-profit, charitable organisation. I want to be able to provide complementary therapies to people who really need it. People who are in emotional crisis, and/or on a very low income and struggling with a chronic health condition.
I have seen first hand the effects that therapies have on people struggling and it is life changing. I mean seriously life changing! Not only will this improve peoples emotional and physical wellbeing it will also ease the NHS considerably.
So I want you to look at this blog post as a sign that anything and everything is possible. If I can go from recluse to a passionate individual on a mission to change the world you can too. And – for me, it all started by going on a simple diet with a bunch of friends.
You can do anything you put your mind to… It is completely down to you!
Ask yourself what can you be doing one year from now?
Thank you to all my readers over the past year and a half and here’s to our futures.